Posted September 26, 2013 on iowa.scout.com
A dozen Hawkeyes, including Jake Rudock, Kevonte Martin-Manley, Mark Weisman, Christian Kirksey, Carl Davis, chime in on this weekend's Big ten opener at Minnesota in this Prime Cuts compilation of video interviews. Check it out.
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